The Best for April 9th, 2009
- 1. SportsCenter's Top Plays - Watch the best highlights from SportsCenter.
- 2. Arnold Palmer Kicks Off The Masters - Four-time Masters champion and honorary starter Arnold Palmer starts the 2009 Masters.
- 3. Owens To Work Out In Voluntary Minicamps - Bills wide receiver Terrell Owens addresses the media regarding him missing the start of Buffalo's voluntary workout program .
- 4. Jays Take Three Of Four From Tigers - Ricky Romero outpitched Rick Porcello in the first matchup of former first-round draft picks making their major league debuts against each other, and the Toronto Blue Jays rallied to beat the Detroit Tigers for their third win in the opening four-game series.
- 5. Washburn, Morrow Combine To Blank Twins - Jarrod Washburn allowed five hits in eight scoreless innings as the Mariners edged the Twins, 2-0.
- 6. On The Clock: Jacksonville Jaguars - Mike Tirico, Trent Dilfer, Chris Mortensen and Mel Kiper Jr. tell you what the Jaguars need to do in the draft.
- 7. Mike And Mike: Facebook Fun - Mike And Mike discuss the NFL using Facebook to investigate prospects.
- 8. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.
- 9. Cookin' With Beano: Fans Expectations - Beano Cook thinks Penn State and Kentucky fans need to change their expectations.
- 10. Masters Early Highlights - TIm Clark leads 2009 Masters.
Best of the Rest
- 11. Outside The Lines: One And Only - Mark Schwarz examines why there are so few African Americans on the PGA Tour.
- 12. Nuggets Vs Lakers Preview - The top 2 seeds in a Western Conference meet tonight at 10:30 PM ET.
- 13. 76ers Vs Bulls Preview - Playoff seeding at stake in the Eastern Conference tonight as the 76ers battle the Bulls.
- 14. Western Conference Minute - Andrew Bynum set to return and Shaq could be on the move.
- 15. Eastern Conference Minute - Mike Dunleavy to miss start of next season, J.J. Hickson and Brian Scalabrine on the mend.
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